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Endeavor astronauts ended scheduled spacewalk.. / July 20, 2009 /

The first exit into outer space astronaut David Wolf (David Wolf) and copra Tim (Tim Kopra), arrived at the ISS on Shuttle «Endeavor», lasted 5 hours and 32 minutes instead of the planned 6 hours and a half. This is the night of Sunday reported at NASA.

The specialists were not able to implement all planned tasks and deferred installation work on the docking module on Monday, when the second exit into space on mission «Endeavor».

However, Wolf was able to prepare and copra Japanese module «Kibo» to install the last segment, as well as perform a number of other technical works.

It reminds NASA, it was already out in the fifth spacewalk for the Wolf and the first for copra. A total of 11 days that the astronauts «Endeavor» hold on the ISS, is scheduled to perform five exits in the space.

Recall, «Endeavor» docked to the ISS on Friday evening, Moscow time. Starting the American space shuttle was only the sixth attempt.

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